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Tupelo
American Restaurant$$
Today 11AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM
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1193 Cambridge St Cambridge, MA 02139
1193 Cambridge StreetUSMassachusettsCambridge02139
(617) 868-0004tupelo02139.com
$$American RestaurantToday 11AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM
Saturday 11AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PMSunday 11AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PMMonday ClosedTuesday 5:30–10:30PMWednesday 5:30–10:30PMThursday 5:30–10:30PMFriday 5:30–10:30PM
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Comfort Food with a Southern Drawl
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Southern spot dishing up down-home comforts amid mason-jar glasses in casual digs.- Google
"Gumbo, pie, fried oysters and crispy grits."
"Saturday and Sunday brunch."
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Jacqueline Tam
a month ago
Came here in a whim for Sunday brunch and it was one of the best decisions I made! The food is so good and one of the better southern brunch options in Boston! It's also nice that they take reservations or you can just call ahead of time!
Srikrishna Korvi
2 months ago
Good food done fast and well. I came in for the chicken gumbo and it didn't disappoint. Also not that expensive.
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Ryan Luis
2 months ago
Really well done southern good and very reasonably priced.
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Sam Melnick
a year ago
Can't beat the price and taste of their gumbo. Extra points for fresh butter and corn bread. Drinks are solid as well. Another high performer in the Inman sq area!
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Matthew Stuber
5 months ago
Definitely one of my favorite restaurants in Inman. I love the ambience and the food is nothing short of the best. You won't be disappointed with the out-of-the-ordinary mussel frites.
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Nina Fitton
8 months ago
Fun atmosphere and good food - generous portions. I had the pork belly which could have fed two of us! We had deep fried alligator to start, which was something new! The starters were really good actually - we ordered a selection to share, which I would recommend doing. Other main courses on our table included lemon sole, trout and fried chicken, all of which were large portions but still good quality. - Nina | Have You Heard Of It? HYHOI | London food & fitness recommendations
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David Samuelson
5 months ago
This place is awesome. Really cool small restaurant vibe and stellar food
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Joey Melnick
a year ago
I went here with my brother and sister to have some good family bonding and enjoy some fine dining at the same time. It was my second time going here and this place is solid. Both times I got the veggie gumbo. Now truth be told, I don't know what gumbo is. I don't know what its supposed to taste like, or if by making it veggie it is somehow changed. I do know that it is delicious and has such fun things as wild rice and okra in it. Also it's massive, I made it into two meals and was full each time. My brother got the non veggie gumbo. He tried mine and commented it was much different... there's some food for thought. The cornbread (in place of bread to start the meal) is a great idea in theroy, but ours was cold. The butter was great (my brother told me it was homeade, I dont know how he would have known that) but once I went to Masa and they had different butter spreads that were infused with honey or something spicy, now that was cool. I quite like the atmosphere, it's definitely a little hipster feeling but you are in Inman square. What did you expect? It's Inman. And frankly, I love mason jars, sue me. TL;DR? It's delicious and not too expensive.
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